As we have already mentioned, ChatGPT is leading a real technological revolution: that of artificial intelligences. With each passing day, more and more companies are deciding to integrate the AI chatbot created by OpenAI, in one way or another. From browsers like Opera or Microsoft Edge (through the Bing search engine), to social networks like Snapchat, ChatGPT is increasingly present in the technological world.
Now, the popular chatbot is making the move to Slack, the messaging app used in companies around the world (and which bears a strong similarity to Discord). Salesforce, its parent company, announced on Tuesday a new application based on ChatGPT that will help us write responses to our coworkers in a matter of “seconds”.
According to The Verge, to use this new Slack application, we will only have to click on the three-dot icon that appears in a conversation and click on “Compose reply”. At the moment, it is not known how complex or detailed the responses created by the AI will be.
The ChatGPT bot in Slack will also help us find answers “on any project or topic” by making use of its AI-based research tools, as well as summarize the content of channels and threads in order to quickly find out what bosses have said or what tasks have been sent.
The new feature is still in beta and is being tested among companies and organizations selected by Slack. Those who want to join the waiting list should sign up at this link and wait for confirmation from Slack.
This new bot is not the only thing Salesforce is creating in AI. The company is also developing a proprietary version of the ChatGPT model for CRM systems called Einstein GPT. Using proprietary and OpenAI technology, the AI will allow it to automatically compose emails and create marketing content, in much the same way as Copilot, the new AI recently announced by Microsoft.